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Tales of Robin Hood attraction
It is sad that the Tales of Robin Hood attraction on Maid Marion Way closed in 2009, following a huge hike in its rent by its landlord - Tescos. Whilst this may have needed a cash injection to get it back to its former glory, it is nevertheless a huge shame to see it close its door, despite so much petitioning and general support from the locals. I'm sorry that the council have let this happen.
Posted on 2/5/2011 by Jeremy Rodmant
The Oldest Pub in the uk - Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem
If you are visiting Nottingham, then have a pint or a bite to eat in Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem, which is amazingly the UKs oldest pub. It is around 800 years old and is actually built right into the adjanceent sandstone cliffs, with kind of caves inside. Nottingham Castle and the Robin Hood statue are very nearby, so you've got no excuse to miss it! It was a real highlight for me when we sat outside, although it was a very sunny day.
Posted on 29/03/2008 by Rob Jefferies
The Nottingham Ghost Walks take place each Saturday and start outside of the Salutation Inn, at 19:00, near to the Maid Marian Way. They cost around £4 per adult, half that for children, and last just over an hour. It was fun and our guide told us some great spooky stories about the city's past and present hauntings. You also get to visit lots of good places, so it's a bit like a sightseeing tour, with a ghostly twist. Very enjoyable.
Posted on 6/12/2007 by Anon
Visit the Galleries of Justice
The Galleries of Justice have been used as a court and prison for hundreds of years and are now a much underrated attraction. There area all kinds of interesting exhibitions, and we enjoyed our experience of a Victorian court in action. It is in the Lace Market area of Nottingham and there is a heritage trail around this part of the city, with free audio equipment available to make it more interesting. Unfortunately though we ran out of time, but it looked good.
Posted on 10/07/2007 by Kimberley Wheeler
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